Posts Tagged ‘mobilelogger’

Mobile Logger GPX + GoogleEarth

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

mobilelogger-myfirstgpxfile

GPX export seems to be working, and imports fine into Google Earth. This is just a basic implementation of the essentials for a route; I’d really like to include other recorded sensors somehow into the track – maybe it could be a layer in Google Earth?

Looking at the ride data here reveals just how bad raw GPS data can be between tall buildings in NYC. Several data points often share the same GPS location. It seems that moving quickly with a clear path to the sky gives the best performance.

The app also quit midway though the ride – I have to look into that.

GPX export is available in theĀ github repository.

Mobile Logger – GPX

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Basic GPX export has been added to the github repo. That is all.

http://github.com/rcarlsen/Mobile-Logger/commit/9e1dc73304de562c30e64fa9a9b61840e69963c3

…here goes nothing. Mobile Logger submitted.

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Just submitted MobileLogger to the AppStore. Hoping this goes smoothly given my tight schedule for thesis.

mobileLogger submission


For reference, when there are multiple versions of Xcode / iPhone SDK, specifically a beta version alongside the release version, and using xcodebuild command…explicitly set the xcode path to the release version or the application may be built against the beta SDK and get rejected by Apple:

sudo /usr/bin/xcode-select -switch /Developer

Yeah, knowing that ahead of time would have saved hours.